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Stepping into uncharted territories
Cohiba, the king of the crop, the deity of the Dominican, has accomplished almost everything there is in this industry. One of the most recognizable names in the land, Cohiba has pumped out countless Dominican favorites over the years. Now, they are on to new horizons, getting their feet wet for the first time in the fertile soils of Nicaragua with the release of the Cohiba Nicaragua.
This concoction of finely aged leaves boasts a bolder profile than many we’ve come to know from Cohiba. Adorned with a milk chocolaty Sun Grown Colorado Oscuro wrapper, this prize looks good enough to eat. Brimming with Nicaraguan long-fillers from Jalapa and Esteli all hugged by a Nicaraguan binder also from Jalapa, this is one medium to full-bodied masterpiece prime for the pickin’. Complex notes of cedar, leather, and pepper meld beautifully causing those who partake to begin frantically searching for another as soon as they see the nub is in reach.
Cohiba Nicaragua was recently honored with a well-deserved 91-rating. The review stated, "Notes of white pepper and cumin lead to a bold coffee bean character before the sweet, fruity finish. It's a dark and oily cigar that draws and burns evenly."
The best Cuban cigars are now even better (if that was possible). God bless the courageous people who defected and took the Cuban-seed tobacco to the Dominican Republic, where the best Cuban cigars have been made for decades!....
A good example of a Nic puro. Medium-Full body and silky smooth. Chocolatey flavors with nice aged tobacco. Very nice cigar. However, for the price point, there are MUCH better smokes available. Until Cohiba prices these are more inline with other premium Nic Puros such as Padron, Tatuaje, Don Pepin, Joya De Nicaragua, ect. I will not purchase again.